Version 2022.40.4.10 of Tesla’s Full Self-Driving software, 10.69.3.3, has begun its employee rollout.
Tesla owners can anticipate a slew of stocking stuffers in this year’s holiday update, including the addition of Apple Music. In addition to the amusing holiday light show that owners will receive, we can hope to see the incorporation of FSD Beta into the company’s main releases. Production updates (non-FSD) and Tesla FSD Beta updates will no longer be two distinct versions as a result of this.
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As the 10.69.3.3 release notes are not yet available, it is unclear what Tesla has addressed in this version and whether it will primarily include bug fixes or larger enhancements to FSD Beta.
In any case, Tesla update 2022.40’s new features will be available to users. The beta will also be available to Tesla owners who have already received one of the 2022.40 updates.
This release may also be in preparation for Tesla’s upcoming FSD Beta v11. A larger update that combines the technology stacks used for city and highway driving.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, said that version 11 would only be available in limited quantities before Thanksgiving, but that hasn’t happened yet. Instead, Tesla made available to everyone in the United States and Canada its Full Self-Driving Beta software.
Musk wrote at the time on Twitter, “Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta is now available to anyone in North America who requests it from the car screen, assuming you have bought this option.” Congratulations to the Tesla Autopilot/AI team for reaching this significant milestone!
Even though Musk was correct when he said that FSD Beta was open to everyone. There are some additional requirements, so it should have an asterisk.
FSD Beta v11 is anticipated to see significant enhancements. Tesla is anticipated to make significant enhancements to FSD hardware in the upcoming year.
Tesla Vision, the company’s camera-based visioning system, is replacing hardware like radar and ultrasonic sensors in its vehicles. However, Tesla is anticipated to include HD radar in its vehicles in January 2023. This is logically one of the first of numerous increments to its future “Equipment 4” update.
A number of these “Hardware 4” enhancements will be implemented in Tesla’s redesigned Model 3. which is anticipated to enter production in the third quarter of 2023.
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